Thérèse: The Story of a Soul
Audio Dramas • 1h 15m
A pampered child from a middle-class 19th century French family, Therese Martin journeys to Rome to beg Pope Leo XIII for permission to enter the Carmelite monastery at the unheard-of age of 15. Once admitted she experiences the joys and rigors of monastic life and makes the surprising yet simple discovery that holiness can be achieved by small acts of love and compassion. Through Maggie Mahrt’s sensitive performance as Thérèse, you’ll fall in love with the Little Flower and her Way of Spiritual Childhood.
The beautiful orchestral score was composed by Carmelite nun, Sr. Marie Thérèse Sokol, OCD.
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